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A history of the Seventy-third Regiment of Illinois Infantry Volunteers : its services and experiences in camp, on the march, on the picket and skirmish lines, and in many battles of the war, l861-65 : including a sketch in full of the valuable and indispensible services rendered by Opdycke's First Brigade, Second Division, Fourth Army Corps, in the campaign in Tennessee in the fall of 1864, embracing an account of the movement from Columbia to Nashville and the battles of Spring Hill and Franklin : also, including many other interesting miscellaneous sketches, the latter being made up of recitals of individual experiences of capture, imprisonment, and escape, and an account of the visit of James F. Jaquess, Colonel of the Seventy-Third to Richmond, Virginia, in the summer of 1864

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